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Tearlach Resources Limited (TSXV: TEA) has announced the discovery of spodumene, a primary lithium ore, on its Georgina Properties in northern Ontario. The spodumene-bearing pegmatite, named ‘Riches Pegmatite’, is the first of its kind found on the property, providing clear targets for ongoing work.
Dr. Selway, VP of Exploration, highlighted the discovery as the pinnacle of their 2023 summer exploration program. The grade and extent of the spodumene justify a winter drill program.
The geology team discovered beryl on Beryl Island and Nb-Ta oxides on Oxide Island on Park’s Lake, leading to the discovery of muscovite books in rare-element pegmatites and subsequently, Riches spodumene pegmatite.
Alan Rich, a senior geologist at Tearlach, first identified the spodumene in the field. The company thanks Alan and his team for their efforts.
The geology team will cut channel samples of Riches pegmatite and conduct a Trimble GPS survey to prepare for a winter drill program.
Tearlach, a member of the TSX Venture 50, is a Canadian exploration company focused on acquiring, exploring, and developing lithium projects. The company’s primary objective is to position itself as North America’s leading lithium exploration and development company.
Company Website: https://www.tearlach.ca
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